UPDATE:Sony has clarified their statement on PS3 and PS Vita games only being available until March 8. Ahmad posted to the site on Saturday with financial images showing just how well Sony's game division has been doing in the last few years. When responding to a commenter, PlayStationBlog's James Hallahan responded: "Adding them to your library will suffice".
Once again, don't hang about and forget to download these games because they'll no longer be available once they're gone.
Ahmad stated that it's "too early" to make any concrete assumptions, but likely more information will be released at the Game Developers Conference, on 18-22 March 2019 in San Francisco. Metal Gear Solid 4 is a pretty strong title to send off PS3 Plus games! This is something Microsoft is excelling at as we prepare for their next console, so it makes ideal sense for Sony to preparing in kind.
US Treasury Specifies Sanctions On Venezuelan Oil Imports On Thursday, hundreds of workers from the state-owned oil company PDVSA marched in Caracas in support of President Nicolás Maduro. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt spoke to Juan Guaido, the President of the National Assembly of Venezuela.
Emery: Suarez arrival does not affect Ozil The Gunners travel to Manchester City on Sunday in a crunch clash as they look to cement their place in the top four. Emery dismissed suggestions that Suarez's arrival signalled the end of Mesut Ozil's Arsenal career, however.
One thing coming to an end this month with the PlayStation Plus subscription, PS3 and PS Vita games will no longer be offered as part of the PS Plus monthly games line up.
"Many of our fans are playing on the PS4 platform, with the increasingly vast number of PS4s in homes around the world".
New and existing PlayStation Plus members can get 12 months of membership for $57.99 or £42.99, saving 17% in the United States and 14% in the UK. Like always, take this info with a grain of salt until we get confirmation.
At the same time, Stone added that he is "unfamiliar" with the email that the Mueller investigation is using to indict him. He faces up to 20 years in prison if found guilty, but Stone insists he's innocent and has pledged to fight the charges.
Either way, more trailers should use War's "Why Can't We Be Friends?" Brixton's reply is direct and to the point: "Badguy". Their reply, delivered in ideal unison: "No way!" The Fast & the Furious franchise isn't slowing down any time soon.
The nature of this seizure runs counter to what President Trump has said about the way in which drugs enter the US from Mexico. Mexican traffickers also smuggle drugs using vehicles crossing north through the San Diego port of entry, the AP said.
It also challenges studies that suggest skipping breakfast can disrupt the body's internal clock and lead to weight gain. Researchers also found those skipping breakfast were also around a pound lighter on average.
Warmer, wetter air masses have become more common in the area over the winter, leaving the ground wet and free of snow. He said when the ground gets saturated with water and ice, it can expand and crack. this makes a loud booming sound.
In Minnesota and MI , residents were asked by gas companies to turn down their home thermostats to help handle heating demands. Common areas affected by frostbite are the body's extremities-the nose, ears, cheeks, chin, fingers, and toes.
Director of Whitman County Public Health Troy Henderson said there are no known or suspected cases on the east side of the state. The first patient sought medical care on December 31, but other sick people may not have gone to a doctor or hospital, he said.
Chicago Bulls to waive Carmelo Anthony, could land with Lakers
The Bulls were forced to open up a roster spot in order to haul in TLC's contract, now allowing Anthony to become a free agent. Anthony was traded by Oklahoma City to Atlanta in July, a move that preceded the Hawks releasing him to sign with the Rockets.
Qataris silence Asian Cup host UAE, set up final against Japan
When Qatari striker Almoez Ali put Qatar 2-0 ahead, fans at a screening along a seaside corniche burst into noisy celebrations. There was enough time for Qatar to score a fourth against the 10 men of the UAE, as Hamid Ismail squeezed a shot under Essa.
Rafael Nadal to marry in the autumn
A glowing Xisca Perello looked radiant at Australian Open semi-final between Rafa Nadal and Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece. He revealed at the time: "Obviously, I have the intention of forming a family ". "It would asphyxiate me".
No 10 hits out at EU's claim Gibraltar is a British colony
British people will be able to travel across the European Union without visas, even if there is a no Brexit deal is reached. It says the use of such language engenders more conflict instead of cooperation between Gibraltar and Spain.
Jiggers seized in Weir raid
Victorian Racing Minister Martin Pakula said the investigation showed authorities were enforcing rules "without fear or favour". Police said they had seized a firearm, taser and other items from the stables in the cities of Warrnambool and Ballarat.
Former NFL quarterback, coach Wade Wilson dies at 60
Sadly, the news was shared by Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press on Twitter that Wade Wilson has passed away at the age of 60. He played for five teams in a 17-year career, including a three-year stint with the Cowboys (1995-97).
Apple Punishes Google by Revoking Its Ability to Test Apps
Other apps blocked include a transportation app for Google employees called Gbus, and an app for Google's internal cafe. While Facebook has been getting all the attention for its covert research app , it's not the only one doing it.